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by William A. Martin

  • Author: William A. Martin
  • ISBN: 078840184X
  • ISBN13: 978-0788401848
  • ePub: 1753 kb | FB2: 1437 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Heritage Books (April 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 382
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Martin Genealogy: Tied to the History of Germanna Virginia ePub download

This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany.

This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany. Specifically covered is the family of John Joseph Martin (Johann Jost Merten). He was born May 24, 1691 in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany, and emigrated from This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany.

A Martin Genealogy Tied to the History of Germanna, Virginia PDF William A Martin Heritage Books This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany.

1627 in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany

1627 in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany

Contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virgina; the ancestry of John Joseph Martin who emigrated from Germany in 1713 with the first Germanna colony of 1714 back to the 1500s; and his.

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This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who . He was born May 24, 1691 in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany, and emigrated from Germany in 1713 with the first Germanna colony of 1714; his ancestry goes back to the 1500s.

History/Virginia, Orange - Genealogy/Virginia, Fauquier - History/Virginia, Fauquier - Genealogy. Library descriptions. Contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, V. the ancestry of John Joseph Martin who emigrated from Germany in 1713; and his progeny

ginia, Orange - History/Virginia, Orange - Genealogy/Virginia, Fauquier - History/Virginia, Fauquier - Genealogy. Work-to-work relationships. the ancestry of John Joseph Martin who emigrated from Germany in 1713; and his progeny.

S-2136529500 Title: Merten - Martin: A Martin Genealogy Tied to the History of Germanna, Virginia Author: William A. Martin Publication: Heritage Books, Inc. - 1995, 1540E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowie, Md. 20716 - 1995 Call Number: ISBN 0-7884-0184-X Note: Orange County. 20716 - 1995 Call Number: ISBN 0-7884-0184-X Note: Orange County Historical Society - Orange, Virginia & Library of Congress. Page: p. 60 Data: Text: References the will of John Fishback (the 1714 immigrant), Prince William County Will Book C,, page 23. 1743 or 1744 Feb 7 Witness, Prince William C. VA.

Source: Title: Merten - Martin: A Martin Genealogy Tied to the History of Germanna, Virginia Author: William A. 20716 - 1995 Call Number: ISBN 0-7884-0184-X Note: Orange County Historical Society - Orange, Virginia & Library of Congress Page: p. 60. Source: Title: Utterback Family - William I. Utterback Author: William I. Utterback, . Marshall College, West Virginia Publication: 1937 - Gentry Brothers Printing Company - Huntington, WV.

Contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, V. ISBN13:9780788401848.

We say, in effect, that this dynamic repeats itself. This is reason enough to make history important: For if the future replays the past, so too must the past anticipate the future

This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany. Specifically covered is the family of John Joseph Martin (Johann Jost Merten). He was born May 24, 1691 in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany, and emigrated from Germany in 1713 with the first Germanna colony of 1714; his ancestry goes back to the 1500s. Martin's descendants are covered at great length, and the major allied families of Ehresmann, Fischbach/Fishback, Heimbach, Knieling/Kneiling, Moore, Otterbach/Utterback, Richter/Rector, Stuell/Still, Turner, Wendling, and Zachmann are covered to at least three generations in the appendix. Two indexes provide easy access to the names of people and places found in the text. (1995), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 382 pp.
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